Apologies, Content Pressure and Training: Digital Marketing in the News This Week

More new developments of interest:

Facebook and the price of tech utopia: Greatest piece of hyperbole about the Facebook/Cambridge Analytica story that I’ve read: “What has since transpired from those early moments of millennial innocence is as tragic as it was inevitable. The cost of utopia, we are now seeing, may be too high…”

The hunger for content is feeding Australia’s creatives well: The double-edged sword of digital content – the demand is increasing, but clients want more for less money, putting stress on content producers.

How Australia’s PR and comms industry can overcome the talent drought: Companies need to take chances on new hires, and universities need to push internships harder. Point taken!

Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook apology is the linguistic equivalent of ‘shit happens’: An interesting take on the use of language and emotion in getting your message across – not strictly digital marketing, but very applicable.

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